Ryan & Rose Baby Spoon and Fork [2 Pack] (Pink)

January 12, 2020 - Comment

The Ryan & Rose Cutie Tensil is perfect for self-feeding or for parents introducing solids to their little ones for the very first time. This 2-in-1 fork and spoon comes in a set of 2. The Cutie Tensil features a fork on one end and a spoon on the other. The shallow spoon offers children

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The Ryan & Rose Cutie Tensil is perfect for self-feeding or for parents introducing solids to their little ones for the very first time. This 2-in-1 fork and spoon comes in a set of 2. The Cutie Tensil features a fork on one end and a spoon on the other. The shallow spoon offers children of all ages just the right amount of food. When foods can’t be picked up by stabbing, use the Cutie Tensils in both hands to shovel the food. This teaches littles to think critically by learning to stab, shovel, or scoop. The fork side can be used to both scoop and softly stab food. Additionally, food-grade silicone offers a non-slip grip, is gentle on tender gums. The easy grip handle helps to aid in transitioning from an early grip (radial transverse Palmer grasp) to an adult utensil grip. The Cutie Tensil promotes the development of fine motor skills through self-feeding and independence, but it is also great for babies being introduced to solids for the very first time. Made with 100% food grade silicone. Free of BPA, PVC, phthalates, and latex. FDA approved. Non toxic. Designed in the USA. Made in China. Before first use, remove product from packaging, wash with soap & water. Let air dry. Dishwasher safe, top rack only. Inspect before each use. Discard if damaged. Do not use without adult supervision. Color foods, dyes, and/or other liquids may cause discoloration and staining.

Product Features

  • 2-IN-1 FORK AND SPOON for introducing solids to little ones
  • SAFE ROUNDED FORK to scoop and gently stab food
  • EASY GRIP HANDLE helps transition from early grip to adult utensil grip
  • Promotes SELF-FEEDING AND INDEPENDENCE
  • NON-TOXIC 100% FOOD GRADE SILICONE free of BPA, PVC, phthalates, and latex FDA APPROVED

Comments

Anonymous says:

Was super excited. Ended up being VERY DISAPPOINTED! Length:: 0:10 Mins Okay I will start this off my saying I was SO EXCITED to get these as I thought they were the new trendy baby must have and also it came in the color blush pink. One of my favorite YouTube moms has it so of course I felt the need to buy it. Well I just received it and I’m very disappointed! Her first mean which had noodles, small carrot sticks, corn, broccoli and little bits of chicken (multiple textures and sizes) it didn’t want to grab any of it…

Anonymous says:

Great idea but doesn’t work I guess I will be the odd one out here and say that I really was disappointed in these!!! It’s such a cute idea it really is… but they just didn’t work at all for us. My toddler loves using a fork and wants to feed himself. We have been loading the fork up and then letting him feed himself but lately he’s been getting upset because he wants to pick up food by himself without help but can’t quite do it yet without assistance. When I saw these I thought HOW PERFECT! I was SO excited to get…

Anonymous says:

Ineffective as a feeding instrument. Honestly, these just aren’t very good baby utensils. After trying it with multiple foods, I’ve come to the conclusion that the “fork” end doesn’t spear or hold things as advertised. The bowl of the spoon is shallow, flat with a hard lip which makes it difficult for little lips and tongues to completely clear it. There is constantly a clump of food stuck to the bottom. I will say the middle section is easy for little ones to grasp, but sadly that the only really positive thing I have to…

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